Matlab code supplementary to the MSc thesis: Nonlinear control of electronic converters; Fast and optimal control using sampling-driven nonlinear MPC
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These Matlab files represent the application of the sampling-driven nonlinear MPC to two power electronic converters, namely the buck-boost converter connected to a resistive load and the three-phase VSI connected to a PMSM. Various methods are used to determine all the steps involved in this method which are the determination of the local controller with corresponding domain of attraction, the determination of an initial control sequence steering the initial state into this domain of attraction and the application of the online part of the SD-NMPC method.
- 2021-03-19 first online, published, posted
organizationsTU Delft, Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering, Department Systems and Control